Seguin Valley is one of the most recognized courses in the entire Muskoka region, and has ranked in the top 100 golf courses in Canada. It’s located about 16km southeast of Parry Sound and is a par 71 course. The course itself has changed hands a few times over the years. The club was founded in the late 1990s, but it wasn’t until 2003 that it was opened for play.
Seguin Valley cuts through multiple landscapes throughout its 18 holes, including wetlands, forested areas, granite cliffs, and lakes. No fairways are parallel, making Seguin Valley stretch across almost 400 total acres of wilderness. It’s incredibly secluded and scenic, meaning you’ll have a great chance of glimpsing some of Muskoka's incredible wildlife, like deer, moose, turkeys, foxes or herons.
You’ll definitely want a golf cart for this one, with the full length of the course stretching across about 11km. There are many elevated greens on the course, which makes for an added challenge, but they are generally quick and fair. In general, expect a lot of elevation changes across this course as you navigate across the lakes, streams, wetlands and rocks. But these changes comes with some beautiful scenic vistas. Seguin Valley has an on-site restaurant, Seguin Valley’s Bar and Grill, featuring their famous beer-battered fish and chips.